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Tyre Re-Inflation Technology is Ready

(Staffordshire, U.K./Tyres & Accessories) Most new vehicles now come fitted with some type of tyre pressure monitoring system, and legislation calling for the compulsory fitment of such units is not too far off in some parts of the world.

Hankook Aiming for Doubled Euro Sales by 2010

(Staffordshire, U.K./Tyres & Accessories) With the opening of Hankook Tire’s ≤340 million facility in Dunaujvaros, Hungary, scheduled for June, the South Korean manufacturer’s goal of doubling its European marketshare to 8% by 2010 looks on track.

Advanced ID to Purchase Pneu-Logic

(Staffordshire, U.K./Tyres & Accessories) A company press statement released on May 15 indicates that U.S. supplier of UHF tag reading technology Advanced ID Corporation is preparing to purchase Pneu-Logic Ltd., the Derbyshire-based provider of tyre industry technology.

Nizhnekamskshina To Open New Rubber Mixing Facility

(Staffordshire, U.K./Tyres & Accessories) Nizhnekamskshina, Russia’s third-largest tyre manufacturer, will in June complete the final stage of its production line for Kama Euro tyres, a range that draws on technical expertise from Italy’s Pirelli.

Thai Hua Rubber Set to Tap the Boom

(India/Rubber Asia) A leading rubber producer and exporter of Thailand, Thai Hua Rubber (THR) is making vigorous efforts to emerge as a top global player by tapping the enduring NR boom to its maximum.

PTNA Replaces Chairman and CEO

(Akron/Tire Review) Few knew he was even there, but Kevin Riddett has left Pirelli Tire North America, where he served as chairman and CEO, replaced by former Goodyear executive Hugh Pace.

Goodyear Dunlop on Top Down Under

(Staffordshire, U.K./Tyres & Accessories) The Goodyear Eagle F1 GS-D3 has been singled out as Australasia’s tyre of choice for large cars after scoring highly in independent tyre tests conducted by leading Australian motoring publication Wheels magazine.

The Changing Face of India’s Tyre Industry

(Staffordshire, U.K./Tyres & Accessories) India’s tyre industry is steadily coming of age.

Raw (Materials) Deal: Strapped By Rising Costs, Tiremakers Look at Fresh Alternatives

The volatility of the world’s political climate, the unpredictable weather in North America and El NiÑo in the Pacific Ocean are having very expected outcomes in terms of the cost of raw materials for the tire industry. Oh yes, and then there’s China. The economy of the world’s most-populous country continues to grow faster than

Unipneu Opens New Distribution Centre

(Longueuil, Quebec/Tire News) The new Unipneu stronghold, located on J.-Armand Bombardier Street in Boucherville, Quebec, spreads over 400,000 square feet and is quite impressive.